salutary

[ sal-yuh-ter-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF salutary
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This was a wise resolution, and attended with the most salutary consequences.

These are salutary questions, and questions of practical importance.

Unlike that, however, it has an important and salutary moral.

The visage of Imogen, ever present to his soul, suggested these salutary reflections.

Be it granted that just at such a crisis, Confession may be salutary.

But for one thing they would have found it salutary and agreeable.

Surely a salutary check in time may be applied to such an evil.

It would have a most salutary effect on the local government.

It was a salutary   thing for Tony to be kept in mind of the fact that there were other men in the world.

Such a revision is salutary, when it is not unfair or bitter in tone.

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